Michigan Matters: It's Show Time in the Motor City!Major events tied to automotive, robotics and the electric future are about to kick in to high gear as leaders from Automate 2022, the 2022 EV Exchange Conference and the 2022 North American International Detroit Auto Show appear to preview them on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
Michigan Matters: Motor City's Italian Connection Grows!A conversation with Allegria Baistrocchi, Consulate of Italy in Detroit, who is shepherding two way economic bridges between Italy & Michigan. Then Franco Bianchi, president/CEO of Haworth Int. is knighted by Italy for his efforts. He talks about the Michigan based furniture maker. And Roberto Palomba, internationally known Italian designer/architect, talks about his efforts to expand in Detroit.
Michigan Matters: Putting Canada & Its Critical Relationship with Michigan Under the MicroscopeCanada is vital to Michigan and vice versa as Canadian Consul General of Detroit Joseph Comartin talked about during taping of “Michigan Matters” which airs 8 am this Sunday on CBS 62.
Michigan Matters: Rocket Mortgage’s Casey Hurbis on Sports; Plus Women Execs Leading Huntington PlaceSports and business mixes to the tune of millions as Casey Hurbis, CMO of Rocket Mortgage, talks about on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” airing 8 a.m. this Sunday.
Michigan Matters: Politics Takes Center Stage as Leaders Try to Move State to Top Spot in 2024 ElectionPolitics takes center stage this Sunday as the CBS 62 crew headed to MSU’s Michigan Political Program to talk to leaders there about the 2022 mid-term elections, 2024 and beyond.
Michigan Matters: Going One-On-One with Gov. Whitmer, Detroit Grand Prix to Take to the StreetsGov. Gretchen Whitmer talked about her plans to fix the state’s ailing roads, the pandemic and politics on “Michigan Matters” airing 8am Sunday on CBS 62.
Michigan Matters: The Roundtable Returns & Sports Takes Center StageFollowing a two-year hiatus due to the pandemic, the Roundtable returns on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” set as Denise Ilitch, Derrick Miller and Susy Avery appear to talk about the Motor City, the region, politics and much more.
Michigan Matters: Closing Out Women’s History Month with Two Sports SuperstarsLegendary Race Car Driver Lyn St. James and home grown Olympic Gold Medal Winning Ice Skater Meryl Davis appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (airing 8 a.m.) to talk about their careers, making it to the top and things away from the race track and ice rink.
Michigan Matters: Raising Awareness for Organ DonationsAs National Donate Life Month kicks off, four people at the forefront of the conversation appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about the importance of donors and raising awareness about how to do so.
Michigan Matters: Talk of Politics & HomesAs Election 2022 picks up steam, U.S. Rep. Brenda Lawrence and U.S. Rep. Haley Stevens appear to talk about things in Washington and issues at home on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
Michigan Matters: Talking with Two Detroit Legends, Helping the CommunityDetroit born actor Tom Selleck, star of “Blue Bloods” and the original “Magnum PI” TV series talks about his illustrious career, his beloved Detroit Tigers and more on “Michigan Matters” airing 8 am Sunday on CBS 62.
Politics Heats Up as the Ukraine Crisis Resonates in Metro DetroitSenior Producer/Host Carol Cain talks with Rudy Hobbs, and Tanya Schuitmaker – new co-directors of MPLP non-partisan program about politics. Then Melvyn Levitsky, a longtime diplomat, appears with Cain to discuss Ukraine. And Tania smyk, who helped organized huge rally in Detroit, talks about Ukraine and Metro Detroit.
Michigan Matters: Film Incentives Making a Comeback?Michigan once had the most lucrative film incentives in the nation in 2008 but were ended in 2015. Now, some state legislators are trying to bring a modified version back as Peter Klein, Secretary-Treasurer of Michigan Film Industry Association, talked about on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters.”
Michigan Matters: Celebrating 3 Trailblazers & Black History MonthAs Black History Month continues, three African American leaders dominating their professions – Suzanne Shank, President/CEO of Siebert Williams Shank, Dr. Kenneth L. Harris, President/CEO of the National Business League, and Keith Wyche, Vice President of Community Engagement at Walmart- appear on CBS 62’s “Michigan Matters” to talk about their careers, helping to pave the way for young people and much more.
Michigan Matters: Talk of Ford, Motor City and the FutureBill Ford, Executive Chairman of the company bearing his name, appears on “Michigan Matters” this Sunday (8 am on CBS 62) and talks about his company, Detroit, his family and more.